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Malecon No. 2
Posted by Pete on 05/24/2012
Been going for a long time because food and prices are good. But the slow service needs impeovement.
Posted by Hungry on 03/09/2012
We order take out monthly and they are always rude. We must be gluttons for punishment bc though, the food is good and And cheap, Im not sure its worth the attitude - especially when I go out of my way to be pleasant. Please work on this male con!
Posted by Denise Lopez on 12/13/2011
Service was amazing. We were seated quickly and the food was delicious! Highly recommended. Great service, amazing food. Great time!
Posted by anonymous on 11/04/2011
My family and I have eaten from this place many times and the food is actually very good but the service and their attitudes are not! The only thing that they have going for them is the quality of the food but otherwise they really need to work on their customer service.
Posted by UWS Foodie on 05/30/2010
I went to Malecon because it was recommended to me by a friend of mine who enjoys their food. The restaurant itself isn't badly designed, but it's a bit too crowded. I ordered the Mofongo with fried pork (recommended to me), and my friend ordered half a chicken with yellow rice and black beans. The service is absolutely horrible. They take forever to take your order and bring it to you. We waited for about a half hour for our food to come, and it came practically cold. The Mofongo was disgusting. It had way too much garlic and the pork wasn't cooked properly. If you go, stick to chicken, rice, and beans. The only positive thing about Malecon is their prices. With all the food we ordered we only paid $18.00 plus tip.
Posted by UPW on 01/25/2010
On the plus side they make nice yucca and pickled onions, a good dominican coffee and a nice chicken. On the down side the service is quick but brusque. Your coffee comes in a paper cup (Rosita's always came in a mug) and the black beans and yellow rice can be watery and greasy. The chicken/rice/beans is much better at Flor de Mayo, but the atmosphere is calmer here. I still miss La Rosita!
Posted by Kid Cousin on 07/02/2008
Malecon No. 2 has those dope foods. The boneless chicken chunks meal is made up of flawless white meat, and comes with a heavy helping of rice and beans. With tip included, one boneless chicken chunk meal comes out to a cool fifteen dollars and easily fills two people up. If you're tyring to spend $7.50 for a pleasant full give the folks over at Malecon No. 2 a call and let them what you're craving.